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When it comes to the economy, it's a good time to be in Douglas County. The unemployment rate in the county fell to 3.2 percent in December — a 1.5 percentage-point drop from the same time the previous year — according to data released Jan. … more
Colorado's congressional delegation asked the U.S. House and Senate on Jan. 28 to raise the spending limit on Denver's new veterans hospital from $800 million to $1.1 billion so the troubled project can be completed. That's only the first step … more
Light rail is crucial to the existing and continued economic success of southeast suburban Denver, several area leaders concurred during a Jan. 27 panel discussion on the corridor's future. Six business and government leaders well-versed in the … more
A three-day event — designed to showcase and share with others the Douglas County School District's efforts to change education — is planned from Feb. 18-20 with sessions at Lone Tree's Denver Marriott South hotel and in various schools. The … more
When asked this week about any specific areas of concern as it pertains to the threat of wildfire, Pikes Peak District Ranger Oscar Martinez tabbed the Upper Monument Creek landscape. “We are … more
The vast majority of people are “Interested but Concerned,” about using bicycles as a mode of transportation. Trails and infrastructure changes outlined in Lone Tree's Walk and Wheel proposal ideally would encourage that group to ride more, and … more
More than three years after opening its doors, the Parker Arts, Culture and Events Center is riding a growing wave of popularity and finding its niche in the regional arts community. A quick look at the figures tells the story: In 2009, when the … more
The curls come in all colors. They're long and short, in ponytails and buns — a ubiquitous symbol of the Irish dance community. At the 2015 Colorado Winterfeis on Jan. 23 and 24 at the Douglas County Events Center in Castle Rock, the curls, … more
Restoring resiliency to the “Wildland Urban Interface” by thinning out dense forest, reducing fuels and collaboratively managing resources like land, water and providing for travel management … more
In 1992, Severance Kelley hung up his skis and resigned himself to the fact he would never ski again. The symptoms of post-polio syndrome — a paralysis that had spread to both legs —forced him to give up the only sport he enjoyed. Until … more
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